DC's newest animated feature, Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, has plenty of action, but not enough heart.
Despite some innovative special effects and solid performances, Gemini Man's story isn't compelling enough to make it worth a watch.
Violence Voyager is a surreal mix of body horror and nightmare fuel rendered in a unique, deliberately surreal style of animation.
Black Fox has a stellar female cast and some great actions sequences. But it ultimately feels more like an extended TV pilot than a film.
A new documentary about Internet-sensation, Wrinkles the Clown, offers a fascinating investigation into our relationship with boogieman.
Director Robert Eggers' follow-up to The Witch, The Lighthouse is a sublime, surreal nightmare starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson.
Director Todd Phillips' Joker doesn't have the depth or clarity of vision to match the fascinating performance of star Joaquin Phoenix.
In the first full-length trailer for Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn lays waste to a key location from DC's Batman mythos.
Writer-director Taika Waititi stars as an imaginary Hitler in Jojo Rabbit, which is filled with engaging characters but lacking in sharp satire.
The director of Swiss Army Man delivers one of the year’s best oddities, The Death of Dick Long, a small film that won't appeal to everyone.
Abominable is a charming tale full of humorous touches and moving moments that will appeal to both kids and adults.
Fans of both Pleasantville and Welcome to Night Vale will be for a real treat. For everyone else, there's snappy dialogue and great acting to enjoy.
Knives Out, director Rian Johnson's follow-up to The Last Jedi, is a scathingly funny murder mystery that's endlessly rewatchable.
Rambo: Last Blood amplifies the franchise's worst traits with an uninspired, and openly xenophobic, film for the era of Trump.
Tokyo Ghoul S, the second live-action adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul, offers a dark thriller that improves on its original in almost every way.
There's nothing revolutionary or unexpected about It: Chapter Two, but the strong performances, script and direction make for a solid horror film.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a well-directed horror film by André Øvredal, but the script drags at times.